BiblePlayer is offering free downloads the Bible for Apple Computer’s iPod

“Take me to the river, but don’t get my iPod wet. For those seeking spiritual guidance via a handheld device, a California start-up called BiblePlayer is offering free downloads of the world’s best-selling book for use with Apple Computer’s iPod media player,’ Matt Hines reports for CNET News.

Full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: God works in mysterious ways.

156 Comments

  1. I voted for bush because I’m retarded, dull and impressed by people like me… Bush is an inspiration for my dreams. I like his accent, his eyes are truly wonderful and I just trust him when I’m stoned. I feel safe with him because I know he won’t send me to iraq to fight his war. I voted for him beaucoup people are jealous of our freedom and our MacDonald burgers. We have the best reality shows in the world that’s why there are terrorists who hate us. USA, USA. USA. God bless America. Screw the rest axis of evil.
    Kill Michael Moore, Bomb France and Germany. We are the best in this world and the rest sucks noodles.

  2. Not all Christians are right wing nut jobs. I’m a yellow dog and a liberal populist. I don’t believe in what they do and Pope George II is not my spiritual leader.

  3. How can an article on the Bible end up with a political deliberation? If you don’t like it, don’t put it on your iPod.

    Liberals are the biggest advocates of choice, yet they scream when you don’t choose their ways.

  4. “How can an article on the Bible end up with a political deliberation? If you don’t like it, don’t put it on your iPod.

    Liberals are the biggest advocates of choice, yet they scream when you don’t choose their ways.”

    So True …!

  5. Hatred of the Religious Right, and the bitter invective with which they’ve fought against peace, freedom, meekness, humility, care for the poor, sterwardship of the environment, tolerance, forgiveness, and pretty much everything else that Christ of Nazareth stood for, is NOT the same as hatred of Christianity.

    I assert that the wacko fundamentalist nutjobs in the radical Religious Right movement are no more Christian than the wacko fundamentalist nutjobs in the radical Islamic Terrorist movement are Muslim.

  6. I think the Bible on your iPod is great. I wish they had a few more translations available, though. MDN, thanks for the link. To the cranky people who posted earlier, please don’t be so simple minded to think that to be a Christian means you espouse a certain political agenda. I am a fundamentalist Christian, I voted for Kerry (as a vote against Bush I admit.) and I would be generally classed as a liberal in my politics. There is, unfortunately, a problem with people not hearing the Message because of the failings of the messengers. If we all held more closely to what is written in James 1:27 “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and spotless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” or in Micah 6:8 “And what does the Lord God require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” the world would be a much better place.

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